This post is part of the Hollywood’s Hispanic Heritage Blogathon, hosted by Aurora at Once Upon a Screen. Read the rest of the posts in this event HERE! “She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted.” This now-famous … Continue reading Hollywood’s Hispanic Heritage Blogathon: Juana Inés (2016)
This post is part of the Adrienne Barbeau Blogathon, hosted by Steve at MovieMovieBlogBlog. Read the rest of the posts in this event HERE! Aside from her work on the television sitcom Maude, I’m not that familiar with Adrienne Barbeau’s … Continue reading The Adrienne Barbeau Blogathon: The Great Houdini (1976)
Time for a new blogathon! I am inviting you to write about thievery in films. The caper, the heist, kidnappings, great escapes, con artists, high-class jewel thieves, art forgers, hungry peasants stealing bread, in any genre–all will be accepted! You … Continue reading Announcing the “It Takes a Thief” Blogathon!
BIG, BIG SPOILERS, DO NOT READ IF YOU ARE NOT DONE WATCHING SEASON 7! So there have been a lot of critics pooping all over this season of Game of Thrones, wailing that it is past its heyday, blah, blah, … Continue reading Game of Thrones Season 7: The Great, the Good, the Meh and the Ugly
Once again, I would like to thank all the bloggers who participated in the Workplace in Film & TV Blogathon–so many great posts! Go HERE for a complete list of all the posts with links. Here are two more posts … Continue reading Workplace in Film & TV Blogathon – Final Wrap-Up!
It may be a day of rest for some, but we still have bloggers working hard on posts for the Workplace in Film & TV Blogathon! In Once Upon a Screen‘s second entry for the blogathon, she looks at Billy … Continue reading Workplace in Film & TV Blogathon: Day 3 Recap
This post is part of the Workplace in Film & TV Blogathon, hosted by ME. Read the rest of the posts in this event HERE! I really don’t care for medical shows. For one thing, I’m squeamish. For another, I … Continue reading Sisterhood & Heroism: Call the Midwife
Bloggers are working their buns off, contributing more great posts for the Workplace in Film & TV blogathon! Movies Silently takes us behind the scenes of early movie-making with A Girl’s Folly. Sat In Your Lap embraces the lack of … Continue reading Workplace in Film & TV Blogathon: Day 2 Recap
Everybody ready to roll up their sleeves and get to work? Here are the first amazing posts for the Workplace in Film & TV blogathon: Once Upon a Screen takes a look at Meryl Streep in the Workplace: Doubt, The Devil … Continue reading Workplace in Film & TV Blogathon: Day 1 Recap
This post is part of the Swashathon: a Blogathon of Swashbuckling Adventure, hosted by Fritzi at Movies Silently. Read the rest of the adventurous posts HERE! The cult TV series Firefly has long been lauded as a brilliant melding of … Continue reading Firefly is a Sci-Fi Western AND a Swashbuckler!
Time for a new blogathon! I am inviting you to write about the workplace in film and television. Films and TV shows featuring workers in offices, factories, restaurants, institutions, you name it, I will accept it! You can be creative … Continue reading Announcing the Workplace in Film & TV Blogathon!
My mom, who is disabled, watches a lot of TV now. I am always looking for new shows for her to watch. There are just so many times I can stand re-watching Gossip Girl, so I have resorted to searching … Continue reading Foreign TV Watch: Velvet (Spain)
The British comedy series Blackadder (originally called “The Black Adder” during Season 1) is unique in many ways. While all center on a character named Edmund Blackadder (played by Rowan Atkinson), each season takes place during a different period of British history.
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This post is part of the “Love Hurt” Blogathon, hosted by Janet at Sister Celluloid. Read the other posts about the amazing John Hurt here! Robert Graves’ remarkable historical novels about the first Emperors… Continue reading John Hurt’s Show-Stopping Turn as Caligula in I, Claudius
I did my awards post for 2016 a few weeks ago but realized I left out a few things. This week I’m going to list my favorite new shows that debuted last year: